David is trying to complete all the 70's sets and then plan to start on the 60's. He has thousands
of baseball cards to trade, all the way back to tobacco cards, some football and just a little basketball. Most of his cards tend to be of the vintage variety and the older ones are not in the best shape. He prefers to send first, and let the other party send back whatever they think is fair.
Boone generally collects cards in VG-EX or better condition and is not too particular about centering or bad corners but prefers cards to be crease free unless otherwise noted. Boone collects a wide variety of baseball cards sets, as well as some football. He is working on a 60's - 70's run, with priority on 1972, his first year of collecting as a kid. In addition, Boone is interested in completing Topps 1956 -"the best vintage card ever". He has a wide variety of baseball and football cards to trade. Boone also has several starter sets to trade. He is also working on several special collections,including Hank Aaron cards and cards of Jim Boutin, author of Ball Four, as well as some newer Topps baseball card series.
AndyBlackwood Andy collects selected Baseball and Football sets from 1952-80, along with any pre-war material he can get his hands on. He also collects all Football Giants and Tom Seaver cards as well as selected non-sports issues. Any condition is fine for most sets. Andy's main collection is sports pocket schedules. Andy's WebPage
ChuckBosshardt Chuck is a collector of mainly Topps Baseball cards from the 1950's, 60's and 70's along with some Post issues from the 1960's as well. He has a vast array of cards to trade in his doublesbox. Chuck's WebPage
Jim Chapman Jim has pretty much completed his 70's sets and is now collecting cards from the 60's and 1957, with emphasis on 1969, 1967,1961, 1960, and 1957. He has cards to trade from the 60's and 70's Jim'sWebPage
Griffin Cole Griffin is currently working on Topps Baseball sets from 1966-79. He also has interest in newer 2000 cards as well as older Basketball. Griffin'sWebPage
John Cornell John collect all Baseball from T206 to present. However. at this time only his Topps are indexed.Currently working on Topps years 1952-1978.He is also a large N.Y. Mets and Shea Stadium Collector. John's Webpage
Jim Craig Jim collects most any Vintage, pre-1980 cards Baseball, Football, Basketball, Hockey, Non-Sports - it's all good. If an issue is not listed on Jim's wantlist - let him know. He'd probably be happy to add it to the list. Jim's Webpage
Bob D'Angelo Bob is a collector of mainly older Topps baseball with his 1957 Birthyear set being his main priority. He also collects newer issue cards. Bob's WebPage
Richard Dingman I am working on my Topps run '52 - '80, particularly 1952 and 1953 Topps and 1953 and 1954 Bowman. I prefer to deal kind for kind as much as possible,but am open to offers. I have added many variations to my wantlist. Looking for cards without writing, trimming, glue, tape, holes, miscuts or other damage. Minimum grades vary for each year. Richard'sWebpage
DougFlater Doug collects mostly Topps baseball and is working on sets from 1959 to current. Also collecting Brewers and Packer memorabilia,the older the better. Also looking for any items of Jim Leonhard of the Jets. Have cards from 1959 to current to trade. Doug's WebPage
Michael Garron Michael is a vintage card collector trying to finish the 1960 thru 1972 Topps baseball sets he started as a kid. He collects baseball,football and hockey cards,wax boxes and inserts as well as some non-sports cards. He has vintage trade stock in all 3 sports ranging in condition from fair to near mint and doesn't mind trading one sport for another. His new project is to collect every Red Sox card from 1950 to current. Michaels's Webpage
KenGoetsch Ken is a collector of baseball currently with wants from 1965-1971 & 1974-80. Football from 1961-1985. Basketball from 1975-present. Also collects Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia Eagles, Milwaukee Bucks, Milwaukee Brewers, Wisconsin Badgers, Skeds, Yearbooks, Media Guides, Programs and Sposts Illustrated with Bucks, Packers, Eagles, Brewers, Badgers on the covers. Ken's WebPage
John Scott is a set builder whose interests range from 1941 Double Play set, through the 50's and 60's to some modern day sets. His top priority is completing his run of Topps sets,currently working on 51-67. Other sets currently under construction include the 61 and 62 Post sets, a run of Bowmans, the 70s Hostess sets, as well as the 60 Leaf set His other interests include Carlton Fisk cards, as well as various vintage hockey, football and basketball sets. John collects cards in ANY condition. John Scott's WebPage
Randyis primarily interested in finishing his Topps sets from the 1960's and 70'sthat he was not able to complete during his childhood. He is especially interested in any Giant cards be it San Francisco. Randy's WebPage
Gil collected baseball cards in the early 1970s (the old fashion way by buying packs) then there after bought sets (the boring way) and has rediscovered his childhood hobby after cleaning his parents place out. As a first priority he would like to rebuild his '72 Topps set that he flipped away as a kid as well as upgrade parts of his completed '73-76 sets. He is always happy to take earlier cards especially Hall of famers in any shape. Gil has no condition requirements except upgrades. He has an ample supply of '72-76 duplicates to trade, and some football '69-'72. Gil also has lots of stars but likes going star for star etc., he also has lots of other memorabilia that may be of interest to particular collecters that he's thrown into trades.
Nate is a Vintage Baseball Card Collector living in Houston,Texas. His goal is to complete every Topps set from 1952 to 1972. However, all vintage sets are welcome for trades. The main condition he collects is VG-EX, but he would rather own a card than be fussy about the condition, so the main condition requirement is no paper loss that hinders the enjoyment of the card.
GaryMandell Gary's collects Topps Baseball from 1952 - present and Football 1956 - present. Also, working on some Bowman and Kellogg sets and anything from 1990. Gary'sWebpage Kevin Martens Kevin has a rather extensive wantlist for he collects baseball cards from 1952 until the present with the pre-1980 issues being his favorites. He also is not real fussy about condition on pre-1960 cards but would like 1960-present to be VG. (no Creases) Kevin's WebPage
KerryMcGinley Kerry collects baseball cards only and will accept cards in any condition for his older sets that aren't complete. He is focusing on early Bowman cards right now (1948-1952) and any pre-war cards. On sets he has completed he is looking for upgrades that should be VG - Ex/Mt depending on the year. If you can't hit his list he will accept any cards from the '50s or '60s in Ex/mt condition that he can use to trade. collects baseball cards only ing interests are cards from 1953-1976. Kerry'sWebPage
Len Medeiros Len collects Topps Baseball from 1952, 1963, 1967. He is also working on Topps Football sets from 1958-1968, 1972, 1975-76, 1995 and 1996. He also has added the 1964 Beatles set. Len is a Topps Heritage collector. Len'sWebPage Tim Morales Tim collects Baseball issues from 1959-67, 1970-73, 75,76,80 and 81. He is also a huge Angel and Dodger collector. Tim also has started collecting Football issues such as 1962 and 66T's along with 1964 and 65 Philly. Tim's WebPage
Bob Roth Bob collects Topps baseball sets and is currently working on the 1960's and 1970's, hoping to one day complete every set back to 1960. He is also a big New York Mets fan. Bob'sWebPage
Don Roth Don collects Mets cards from '62 until present as well as trying to complete Topps Baseball sets from 1960 until present. Don is also interested in any Conlin cards, Sweet Spot Classics, Brooklyn Dodgers (any brand) Negro League cards and minor league cards of local boys "who made it big time" He is also collecting Golfers cards who attended Wake Forest University and played on the PGA Tour. Don's condition requirements are listed with each set. Don's WebPage Michael Salinsky Michael is working on way too many sets - vintage and modern - at the same time. He most enjoys filling holes in his 1952-72 run - and even moreso if it's a Brooklyn Dodger. But Bowman (especially '53 Color), Kelloggs, and specific modern sets makes him happy too. As a wise man once said "Keep trading fun". Michael's WebPage
Taylor Schock Taylor is primarily a vintage baseball and non-sports card collector (pre-1980) but also collects some football, basketball and UV cards, as well as other collecting interests that can be found on his web page. He has completed his Topps baseball run from 1969 forward (along with a few older sets) and is ever so slowly working his way back into the dawn of card collecting. Taylor's WebPage
Chuck Smalley Chucks main collecting interests are Topps Baseball and Football from the 60's and 70's, Kelloggs and newer issues as well. Chuck also recently added 1957 Topps Baseball. Chuck'sWebpage
JohnStamper John is a big Reds fan. He is attempting to finish Topps sets from 1951 to present. Some other things he is working on are Oddball and Insertsfrom Topps, as well as Hostess, Post Kellogg's, Vintage Bowman and Fleer. He has lots of regular Topps cards to trade from most years as well as some football. John's Webpage
Tim Stransky Tim iscurrentlyworking on sets from the 1970's and 80's. He also collects newer issues from the1990's as wellas 2000 cards and team sets from the Minnesota Twins and Vikings. Tim's WebPage Jimi Thayer Jimi collects a vast variety of cards including Pre-War Baseball, Topps from 52-82 as well as some of the newer issues. He also collects packs,wrappers and inserts. Jimi'sWebpage
Kevin Webster Kevin is in the process of putting together vintage Baseball sets and is currently working on 1960 's and 1970's. He is also working on a few early Fleer, Leaf and Kelloggs Baseball sets and the 1972 Topps Football set. He is a big San Francisco Giants fan. Kevin'sWebPage